This episode of The Debate is about the Russian presidential election.
The controversial Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman visit to the UK has sparked a public outcry and massive protests.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has agreed to attend a summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in next month.
The 14th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week of actions will take place all around the world between February 19th and April 17th 2018.
This edition of the Doc Review features Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992, a film directed by John Ridley.
This episode The Debate discusses the evacuation of thousands of civilians from Syria's Eastern Ghouta.
An insight into the future of cities of the world, the ultra-ambitious land where nothing is impossible.
This episode of The Debate discusses London's claim about a Russian poisoning attack in the UK.
It was a decision that caught many off guard: US president Donald Trump has fired his secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
In an effort to mend ties, the Trump administration has told Turkey it will move Kurdish fighters from the Syrian town of Manjib.
The Saudi war on Yemen, which was initially supposed to last only several weeks, has turned into a nightmare for Riyadh.
Once the main political party of government in Britain, the Liberals were eclipsed by the Labour Party and had not held power for a hundred years.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with President of the International Committee of the Red Cross Peter Maurer.
This episode of The Debate sheds light on Washington's plans for long-term military presence in Syria.
The UK moves closer to signing a Typhoon jet deal with the Saudis; Britain’s biggest arms manufacturer, BAE Systems, is completing an order worth billions of pounds from Saudi Arabia for the purchase of 48 Typhoon fighter jets.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas comes under renewed pressure to accept any conditions imposed by the US on the Palestinian authority regarding peace talks with the Israeli regime.
According to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), some 264 million school-age children and youths are living without any education because of poverty, conflict and social barriers like bias against girls.
Iran has said if it sees no benefit from the JCPOA because of US antagonist actions, it will leave the deal as well.
Saudi Arabia and Egypt have reportedly set up a joint fund worth more than $10 billion to develop a megacity and business zone planned to be built by Riyadh on more than 1,000 square kilometers of land in the southern Sinai Peninsula.
This episode of The Debate Trump's decision to remove Rex Tillerson as secretary of state.
Israeli security forces appear to be taking their methods of suppression against the Palestinians to new levels.
This is his first visit to the UK since taking over as heir to the Saudi throne in June 2017.
This episode of The Debate discusses the US arms sales in the Middle East.
Handicrafts have always been an expression of a region’s culture, tradition and imagination. That’s why they’re considered very special and unique
This episode of The Debate discusses Islamophobia in UK.
Iran is among the few countries in the region which give cheap medical services at best quality.
Statistics indicate that Iran ranks 13th among the most water-stressed countries in 2040.
Despite all the pressure from the West, Iran says it will not stop its missile program under no condition.
In less than 120 days the US's Trump is going to announce its latest decision whether the US will remain committed to the deal or withdraw from it.
US President has decided to impose a 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminum imports.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is coming under increasing fire as he is questioned in a bribery case.
This episode of The Debate discusses the battle for Eastern Ghouta in Syria.
Burkina Faso’s capital Ouagadougou has been rocked by multiple gun attacks.
The Israel lobby in the West is very influential, exercising a stranglehold on politics and the media.
This edition of the Doc Review features 69 Minutes of 86 Days, a film directed by Egil Haaskjold Larsen.
This episode of The Debate discusses the planned meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.
This episode of The Debate is about Iran’s regional policies.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the Islamic Republic, for its presence in the region, will not hold talks with the US or other extra-regional countries.
A new report published by Politico says the heavy international diplomatic pressure, economic sanctions, and assassinations of Iranian nuclear scientists over the past years were all Mossad’s work.
Hillary Clinton’s memoir “What Happened” attempts to explain her own perspective of the 2016 election campaign and is frank about her personal short-comings.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, AIPAC, has drawn pro-Israeli politicians and lobbyists from across the United States and other parts of the world to its conference in the US capital.
This edition of The Debate is about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's travel to the United Kingdom.
It’s been described as a sign growing trade rifts between the US and Europe.
Fourteen months into Donald Trump’s presidency, his crisis-hit administration has witnessed the departure of some senior diplomats and aides.
The war in Syria has become much less severe in comparison with the first bloody years of the conflict.
Saudi King Salman carried out a major reshuffling of several high-profile state positions.
More than six million people, up about 40 percent from a year ago, in South Sudan are at threat without aid, according to the report released by the United Nations and South Sudan’s government.
This episode of The Debate discusses AIPAC’s influence on the US politics and politicians.
Western nations lay claim to moral superiority in how they are governed, based on democratic concepts traced back two and half thousand years to ancient Greece.
In the space of our lifetime we have gone from an implicit assumption that our rulers have our best interests at heart, to assuming the worst, even when politicians are actually doing their best.
For many, the post-Second World War governing consensus is breaking up.
Belonging is both a fundamental human emotion and a political project that affects millions.
For many politicians Tony Blair, British Prime Minister for ten years, remains the ultimate practitioner of a competitive, devious art.
This episode of The Debate discusses Islamic Republic’s deterrence policy.
If you’ve been watching the Iran program then you have certainly seen and learned a lot about Bushehr Province. This week the Iran team is back in the region again.
Mass shootings like the recent one at a high school in Parkland, Florida, serve as a reminder that killings have become a fact of life in America, where guns outnumber people.
This episode of The Debate discusses Iraqi government's call for the withdrawal of foreign troops from the country.
Russia last week vetoed a UN Security Council resolution blaming Iran for arming Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah movement.
An analyst believes whenever there is an easing of tensions between the two Koreas, Washington sends a signal to Seoul to pull back.
This episode of The Debate discusses the ongoing war in Eastern Ghouta in Syria.
Israeli police have named the two close associates of Benjamin Netanyahu who have been arrested for their suspected role in a wide-ranging corruption investigation.
This edition of the Doc Review features Last Days in Vietnam, a film directed by Rory Kennedy.
Every high profile case of gun violence in the United States usually renews a national debate on gun control laws.
This episode of The Debate discusses the consequences of Trump's planned tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Researchers say anger is building over global inequality as people feel the economy has been rigged against them.
This episode of The Debate is about Russia’s new military doctrine.
This edition of The Debate is about the pressures the Israeli regime is trying to impose on Christians in the holy city of Jerusalem al-Quds.
This edition of the program is about the situation in Mali.
In this episode of The Debate, the recent accusations against Tehran on violating the international sanctions of Yemen’s Houthi group are discussed.
This episode of The Debate discusses Boko Haram's attacks in Nigeria.
Every year to honor the 1979 Islamic Revolution here in Iran, different cultural events are held in the country. One of those important celebrations is the Fajr International Festival of Visual Arts.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller leaves no stone unturned as he tries to connect the dots on the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.
This episode of The Debate is about the US plan to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds.
According to the findings of a study commissioned by the UK government, there are more than 230 million errors in administering medication in the NHS each year.
Deal of the century, result of extensive international diplomacy, important diplomatic milestone.
Turkey’s month-long military operation in Syria’s Afrin is taking a new turn as pro-Damascus forces have begun entering the region.
Israel has begun notifying African immigrants that they must leave the occupied territories or face jail. They’ve already started the implementation of a plan to deport nearly 38,000 immigrants.
This episode of The Debate the gun-related violence in the United States.
This edition of the Doc Review features Those Who Feel the Fire Burning, a film directed by Morgan Knibbe.
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri says the downing of an Israeli F16 fighter jet by the Syrian air defense systems will establish new rules of engagement with the Tel Aviv regime’s acts of aggression.
This episode of The Debate discusses the latest developments in Syria.
Each year, at the end of January, the Swiss ski resort of Davos hosts the world economic forum which is a Geneva-based non-profit foundation
This episode of The Debate is about the battle in Syria's Afrin region.
This edition of The Debate is about Turkey's offensive in Syria’s northwestern region of Afrin against the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).
We have heard and seen so much like this over and over again on TV screens and in the press in the US: Russia meddled in the 2016 US presidential vote to influence its result in favor of one candidate.
The gap between the US and its European allies is going deeper by the day with the blame being put on Donald Trump.
Prominent aid organizations flocked to Haiti in 2010 soon after a devastating earthquake killed some 200,000 people of the Caribbean country.
Ethiopia Prime Minister announced quit his posts as the prime minister and the chairman of the ruling coalition
According to SABC report, Zuma had agreed to step down, adding that the only sticking point was who would communicate the decision: government or the ANC.
This episode of The Debate discusses the possible EU-US showdown over trade.
Watch Press TV’s full interview with the speaker of Iraq's Kurdistan Region's parliament Yousif Muhammed